Premmie Baby Development

Premmies & Big School

Premmies & Big School
December 22, 2012 3 Comments »

We are about to start the task of arranging interview times with schools around the area. We have quite a few schools to choose from which is great but the big question is, which one can cater to HIS needs Read More »

Brendan’s Weigh-In

January 21, 2009 No Comments »

Length is just above (the dot is right on the top of the line) the 25th percentile!! which is up from just below the 25th percentile. Adjusted age he is just above the 50th percentile line Read More »

Talia at 18 months

October 1, 2008 No Comments »

Doesn’t time fly? It’s hard to imagine that a year ago this gorgeous almost-toddler was almost failing to thrive, and I was struggling with post-natal depression as a result. Talia at 18 months Now she’s a little above the 10th ... Read More »

Australia’s smallest baby is a living miracle

June 22, 2008 1 Comment »

IF all had gone to plan, Elora De Bondi would have celebrated her first birthday days ago. Instead, the gutsy Melbourne toddler – born almost four months premature and weighing only 319g – reached that milestone in January. Ever since ... Read More »

Slow progress is better than none

April 25, 2008 No Comments »

Physiotherapy is one of those emotionally fraught issues for a parent. You know you are doing the right thing by giving your child extra help to reach their physical milestones, but at the same time you still feel fragile and ... Read More »

Our 8 month (corrected) check up

February 21, 2008 1 Comment »

Today was my birthday (old, even older than when I was pregnant and didn’t people go on about “advanced maternal age” even then!) and also the date of Talia’s 8 month check up. As before our four month check up, ... Read More »